Correct spelling for HADLED
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Possible correct spellings for hadled
- addled The fair Rebecca (fair for one of her nation, though evidently not much addicted to the use of soap) stated with many tears, and a faltering voice, that she went into the defendant's shop to purchase some trifling articles; and because she objected to the price of some of them, he knocked her down with a roll of calico! When she said "knocked her down," she meant he gave her such a blow as would have knocked her down if she had not stood firm; and not content with this, he jumped over the counter, and putting his great paws on her shoulders, he shook her till her head seemed ready to drop off at the top joint, and her brains were addled for an hour after.
- halted On the threshold McCalloway halted again in a paralysed bewilderment.
- handled The plot is refreshingly novel and delightfully handled.
- Dawdled The motor was at the door, but he dawdled.
- Haggled But the Puritans were fast gaining the upper hand; Parliament haggled with the King over the supplies, and frightful scenes were enacted in the churches.
- Haled One Sunday afternoon our Mayor's slumbers were interrupted by Jago the constable, who haled before him a man, a horse, and two pannier-loads of vegetables, and charged the first-named with this heinous offence.
- Haloed To her I must have appeared as a silhouette, haloed by rain and the spouting of the ancient Gothic gutter above my head.
- hailed Usually the little crook from the north hailed a job of any kind with enthusiasm.
54 words made from the letters hadled
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